A big thank you to The FAT Paint Company for sponsoring this post. Some links may contain affiliate links.
We’re back with another Monthly DIY Challenge. This month’s featured challenge item: FAT Paint!
Thank you to Cost Plus World Market for sponsoring this post. All opinions of pretty patio decor are entirely my own.
I really haven’t shown you guys too many photos of my home. Mostly because I tend to feel inadequate compared to some of the stunning rooms other bloggers share. Sometimes I feel like I have a decorating black thumb. I’m trying to get over that though, and start sharing more of my home and decor projects. I thought the best place to dip my toe in the water would be to share the progress on our patio.
This is a project I shared a couple years ago, and I wanted to revive it for our May Monthly DIY Challenge. Our challenge item this month is flower pots/planters.
Are you guys enjoying the gorgeous spring weather in your neck of the woods? My kids are loving the warmer temps and have been playing outside from the minute they get home from school until I finally make them come in for the night.
By now you all know I’m a big fan of transferring graphics to furniture and decor. I’ve tried a few different methods for transferring images onto fabric, but was always pretty underwhelmed with the results. I recently tried a new method for transferring images onto fabric and it’s by far the best method I’ve used yet.
I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while. First, because I get a lot of questions about it. And secondly, because I think many people assume that wax is the only option for sealing chalk painted furniture.